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For their 40 INTRODUCTION. (3) § 17. He simply uses Brj^oTLKcorepa as profitable to the synonymous with that which is He says the true democracy is that which is and wise. just That even if Isocrates did mean what he (4) said and professed to be writing history and not a political pamphlet, his opinion would be of no value as against the testimony of Herodotus and Plato and city. ] CHAPTER II. THE COUNCIL. The maintenance of the democracy depended on the condition that there should be no other body owing to wealth position birth, or reputation, could act independently of the Assembly.

0i ' 22 INTRODUCTION. confidence in a man than by making him their general. '* generals position They were the "government" for the year. The party to which they belonged had in their hands the executive power; for a year their policy would As a result it was the election of the prevail. generals which was the annual trial of strength between the two parties. It was then that the opposing factions met in an organised conflict. The so the conclusion is victory in this carried with it a right to the government of the state for a whole year 1 .

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